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  • Pirates outslug Padres, 11-5

    SAN DIEGO Through the first two months of this season, Petco Park has been more lenient on long balls than in recent years. Part of that has to do with the roster that plays home games there; San Diego Padres general manager A.J. Preller tore apart and rebuilt his team during the winter, transforming the National League's worst offense last season into a team that can field a productive lineup including power hitters Justin Upton and Matt Kemp.
  • Dan Vogelbach showing strength at plate, needs home in field

    Dan Vogelbach showing strength at plate, needs home in field
    Dan Vogelbach's holding pattern isn't limited to his placement Wednesday on the seven-day disabled list at Double-A Tennessee. There are no plans to move Vogelbach from first base, a position Anthony Rizzo currently occupies at the major-league level....

    Dodgers to meet up again with postseason nemesis St. Louis

    Dodgers to meet up again with postseason nemesis St. Louis
    The confetti fell. In front of the mound, the St. Louis Cardinals mobbed each other. Feet away, Carl Crawford, who had made the last out, walked slowly to the Dodgers dugout. A bus waited outside. Eventually, it would take the Dodgers back to Los...

    As Mets turn corner, Kirk Nieuwenhuis packs bags for Anaheim

    As Mets turn corner, Kirk Nieuwenhuis packs bags for Anaheim
    The New York Mets drafted Kirk Nieuwenhuis in 2008. He spent his entire career with the Mets -- until Wednesday, that is, when they sold the outfielder to the Angels. This could be the Mets' year. They might post a winning record for the first time...

    Angels' offense still isn't enough in 5-4 loss to San Diego Padres

    Angels' offense still isn't enough in 5-4 loss to San Diego Padres
    Mike Scioscia leans to the bland side in his public comments. Criticism is delivered behind closed doors, not to the media. So it was startling to hear the Angels manager deliver a blunt assessment of the state of the team's offense. "We're not going to...